Latest Update Robinson Cano's broken toe is fine and he's at full speed. Tue Dec, 09, 07:43 PM
Has one of the best left-handed swings in the game, with tremendously quick hands. Eats fastballs alive and mauls right-handed pitching. Boasts a good arm and sound glove.
Flaws: : Doesn't walk enough for an elite batter. Doesn't run very well on the base-paths. Also, he isn't really able to carry teams and needs help around him to be most effective.
Cano hit .314 with 77 runs, 14 home runs and 82 RBI in his first season in Seattle and should be pleased though the production drop was expected given his move from hitter friendly Yankee Stadium to Safeco Field he still hit for a solid average and ranked among the best second basemen in fantasy.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Better now than later, right? It's a bummer of an injury but not something that is going to affect the second baseman in the long-run. If anything, this will at least help limit the risk of something really serious happening to him. This offseason injury will have no affect on his 2015 fantasy value.Analyst: Howard Bender
Cano has now homered in back-to-back games as he continues to have himself a nice first season with the Mariners. He is now slashing .322/.387/.468 with 14 home runs ans 77 RBI through 543 at-bats. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Cano has enjoyed a great first season with the Mariners, slashing .323/.388/.464 with 13 home runs and 76 RBI through 539 at-bats. Although his home run total is down from his days with the Yankees, his production has stayed consistent in every other area of his game making him the top fantasy second baseman this year and beyond. Analyst: Matthew Beck